Enjoy saber, but want more protection for your hand? The Three Bar Hilt Sabre is the one for you! The additional width provided by the extra bars provides more safety for your hand than a simple D guard, while still affording the space and maneuverability you've come to expect from a sparring saber.
2 lb, 2 oz
3 1/2 inches from cross point of balance
33 1/4 inch blade length
1 1/2 inch to 1 1/8 inch blade width (cross to tip)
5 inch grip-able handle length
2 1/2 to 2 inches space between handle and guard
Blackfencer 1864 Bowl Gymnasium Sword
With a classic gym sword guard, this saber offers exceptional hand protection with little added weight. Fighters enjoy the straighter blade (compared to the 1796) as well as the simple, strong guard.
2 lb, 1.8 oz
4 inches from guard point of balance
33 inch blade length
1 1/3 to 1 3/4 blade width (cross to tip)
4 3/4 handle length
2 1/2 inch to 2 1/4 inch handle to guard space
1/2 inch blade thickness
~39 inch overall length
South Coast Swords
The Polish Saber
Polish Saber - The use of the Polish Saber on foot in the 17th century covers the history, anecdotes and use of Poland's iconic weapon. In matters of honor and personal safety the saber was the Polish nobleman's choice of arms. The concept of the duel, the form and function of the weapon, as well as source material from Poland, Italy and Germany are blended together in an interpretation presented in full-color. The work is suitable for history enthusiasts, Historical European Martial Artists and re-creationists who wish to explore Poland's Commonwealth and the weapon that symbolized its nobility.